Okay. 3 March -- oh no, sorry, 24 February. 01735:
"JH just texted that he can't interfere with the process but can give us more time to sort things out. He can't engage with substance while Ofcom is working with us. He can only use his officials to put pressure at this stage."
There are a series of text messages which bear on this. Just bear with me while I find them. At 012863 you text saying:
"They said this was a promising basis on which to work in their advice to JH. Not quite complete acceptance, so I guess that's why we're looking for confirmation on some things."
Then a little bit later on, 012870:
"We can't interfere with the process, really [that's exactly reflected in the email]. We can give more time but not deal with substance while they're working with you."
Again, that's reflected in the email. Then finally 012875:
"Just replied, will talk to officials tomorrow morning and let you know."
So the part of this with which you would disagree was putting pressure by officials because that's not borne out by your texts. Do you see that?